Trailer Trash/Rick Johnson/Above the Cut

Published August 11, 2018 by paulandpaulasbooks

 

After initially reading the preview chapters of Trailer Trash I was hooked, lock, stock, and barrel. I was slightly unnerved when I realized the book was almost 400 pages. Since I try to read for pleasure as well as review and having the attention span of a child, I opt for shorter books.

But, hey, I already read fifty pages without a break and paid my money for the book, it was time to suck it up and read.  Now that is easier said than done.  My second kindle died an early death, and Trailer Trash was being read on my desktop.  You know, the desktop with sixteen tabs but I do know where the music is coming from, it’s the red one.

In a day of diversions, I am fortunate to read twenty pages, but, no, TT kept calling me back and I soon found I was approaching the end of the book.  I slowed down. Do you ever get into a book where you’ve been a while and decide to move in? Yeah, that’s where I was.  So I slowed down.

But in came four more authors that returned their interviews promptly – never had that happen before.  And with those interviews were books to read… so back to Trailer Trash and wrapped it up.  Fortunately, there is a number two on the horizon, but that’s another story for another day.  The review of Trailer Trash start’s below.

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Trailer Trash is a delicious down-home Gumbo. When I started reading this story, I was laughing aloud, not something I’ve done since I’ve read an Evanovich book. The catch with this laid-back, Southern stroll through a typical smaller than a small town is that one gets fully introduced to each character and their flaws, weaknesses, and strengths. This connection to the characters moves the reader into the ebb and flow and is seen through the eyes of the reader as either a hick or a homie town with a welcome sign on every door except for those they judge unfit.

One cannot help but fall in love with TT aka Trailer Trash whom has a given name revealed in the latter part of the story. TT is always in the wrong place at the right time to be blamed for murders a seemingly serial killer is committing in this hotbed of quaintness and the ordinary. TT is a mixture of astute and clueless, strong and soft-hearted who has more comparisons on everything than you can shake a stick…. more, Trailer Trash/Rick Johnson?Above the Cut

 

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